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Leversuch TV. Emmanuel College is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge. Emmanuel topped the table five times , , , and and placed second six times , , , , and Its mean score for - inclusive places it as the second highest ranking college after Trinity. Mildmay's foundation made use of the existing b. Walter Fitzwilliam was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons from to He was admitted at Emmanuel College, Cambridge on 29 September In , he was elected Member of Parliament for Peterborough. A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge.

Arms adopted by Robert FitzWalter d. It was created on 24 June for Robert FitzWalter. The title was created by writ, which means that it can descend through both male and female lines. His great-grandson, the fourth Baron, was an Admiral of the Fleet. The fourth baron's grandson, the seventh Baron, was succeeded by his daughter and only child, Elizabeth. She was the wife of John Radcliffe. Their son, the ninth Baron, was attainted for treason in with his title forfeited.

However, his son Robert Radcliffe obtained a reversal of the attainder by Act of Parliament in and later served as Lord Lieutenant of Lancashire. There have been two baronetcies created for persons with the surname Mildmay, one in the Baronetage of England and one in the Baronetage of Great Britain.

Both are extinct. The title became extinct on his death in In Henry's grandson Benjamin Mildmay was confirmed in the title. He was a descendant of William Mildmay, uncle of the first Baronet of the creation. The late devolved his estates to his kinsman Carew Mildmay, who in his turn bequeat. Robert Darcy — ; later 4th Earl of Holderness. Lady Caroline Darcy d.


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Her husband died in and on 18 June ,[5] she married Hon. Benjamin Mildmay, who was later created Earl FitzWalter in They had one child, who died in infancy. The film received mixed reviews, with praise for the performances particularly Ronan and Robbie and costumes, but was criticised for the screenplay and several historical inaccuracies. Sir Edmund Denny, of Cheshunt died was a Tudor courtier and politician.

Notes Sil Rye , pp. The Topographer and Genealogist. London: John Bowyer Nichols and Sons. Retrieved 6 May Rye, Walter The Visitation of Norfolk. London: Harleian Society. Sil, Narasingha P. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography online ed. Oxford University Press. Subscription or UK public library membership requir. Sir Christopher Peyton was an English lawyer known for his service in Ireland where he oversaw the Peyton Survey, a preliminary investigation in preparation for the Plantation of Munster.

The son of singer James Blunt born is a direct descendant. References MacCarthy-Morrogh pp. He served as First Lord of Trade between and and as Treasurer of the Household between and The latter year he succeeded his elder brother in the barony of FitzWalter and took his seat in the House of Lords. Sir Edward Montagu c. He extended his possessions by a grant of concealed lands in Northamptonshire, and bought the manor of Trafford and woods near Brigstock and property at Newton, Overdean and Woodhall Bedfordshire.

In , he was elected Member of Parliament for Northamptonshire. He was a J. He was knighted between and In he became Deputy Lieutenant and was Sheriff of Northamptonshire again from to Arms: Argent three lions rampant Azure armed and langued Gules. Crest: lion rampant guardant Azure. The second Baronet represented Hampshire in the House of Commons. He married Jane, daughter of Carew Mildmay, and assumed the additional surname of Mildmay. The fourth Baronet sat as Member of Parliament for Winchester. The title became dormant in on the death of the tenth Baronet.

Several other members of the family have also gained distinction. Her autobiography is one of the earliest existing autobiographies of an English woman. She practised medicine on her family and others, with an extensive knowledge of medical theory, and a large repertoire of cures. Her writings included memoirs, medical papers and devotional meditations. Their brother William died in infancy. Sir Anthony Mildmay by Nicholas Hilliard. Sir Anthony Mildmay died was a country gentleman from Northamptonshire, England, who served as Member of Parliament for Wiltshire from to and as English ambassador in Paris in Knighthood and ambassadorship He was knighted in , when he was appointed as ambassador to Henry IV of France.

John Mildmay was born in Herstmonceux, Sussex, England. He succeeded his father as Earl of Westmorland and Lord le Despenser on 23 March [all dates new style]. Following a brief period of imprisonment by Parliament, however, he retired to his estate at Apethorpe in Northamptonshire. One hundred and thirty seven poems by Fane appeared in his self-published collectio. The main house is built around three courtyards[3] lying on an east—west axis and is approximately 80, square feet in area. It is acknowledged as one of the finest Jacobean stately homes in England, and was the main seat of the Fane family, Earls of Westmorland.

Apethorpe holds a particularly important place in English history because of its ownership by, and role in entertaining, Tudor and Stuart monarchs. Her successor James I personally contributed to its extension resulting in a set of impressive state rooms[4] featuring some of the most important surviving plasterwork and fireplaces of the period.

Sir William Brouncker c. He was the eldest son of Henry Brouncker of Melksham and Erlestoke and was trained in the law at the Middle Temple He succeeded his father in and was knighted in He was a member of the Wiltshire bench as a Justice of the Peace from and appointed High Sheriff of Wiltshire for — He married Martha, the daughter of Sir Walter Mildmay, and had one son and four daughters.

History of Parliament online. Retrieved 16 May Coloured lithograph from Neale's, Views of Seats Pishiobury, sometimes spelled Pishobury, was a manor and estate in medieval Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire. Its denomination as "Pishiobury" only emerged in the mid to late 19th century. She had married in He was crowned on 20 February at the age of nine. During his reign, the realm was governed by a regency council because he never reached maturity. The council was first led by his uncle Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset — , and then by John Dudley, 1st Earl of Warwick — , who from was Duke of Northumberland.

Edward's reign was marked by economic problems and social unrest that in erupted into riot and rebellion. An expensive war with Scotland, at first successful, ended with military withdrawal from Scotland and Boulogne-sur-Mer in exchange for peace. The transformation of the Church of England into a recognisably Protestant body also occurred under Edward, who took great interest in religious matters.

Sir Henry Mildmay ca. In , Mildmay was elected Member of Parliament for Maldon. He was elected MP for Westbury in and Maldon again in and He sat until when King Charles decided to rule without parliament for eleven years [2] He attended Charles I on a visit to Scotland in He was re-elected MP for Maldon in the Long Parliament in November [2] He supported parliament during the Civil War and was a revenue commissioner between and In he was left as hostage in Scotland. He also inspired the Queen Mother's interest in National Hunt racing.

He succeeded to the title of 2nd Baron Mildmay of Flete on 8 February He rode in the Grand National before and after the war, becoming known as a persistent 'trier', despite several episodes of bad luck. In , riding the Danbury Place, original house in the early 19th century Danbury Place was an English country house, first built by Walter Mildmay in the time of Elizabeth I, dated to It then became an episcopal palace, as Danbury Palace, in , a use that continued until She died in ; of the Corey children, only Elizabeth, who married William Fytche, survived to inherit, and Danbury Place passed to the Fytche family.

Stoke-by-Clare is a small village and civil parish in Suffolk located in the valley of the River Stour, about two miles west of Clare. The Priory, which was controlled by the monastery of Bec in Normandy, enjoyed by rents from 17 parishes in Suffolk. During the Hundred Years' War the Prior's revenues were in part diverted to the English crown and in the Priory was replaced by Stoke College, intended to support a small community of priests and choristers under the patronage of Edmund Mortimer, 5th Earl of March.

Under his authority the College became a centre of the 'New Learning' and reforms brought him into conflict with the Priory at Clare. Sir Anthony died in Lady Mildmay's autobiography—one of the earliest by an English woman still in existence [1] [3] —was written in italic script with revisions and corrections in secretary hand. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Quarterly Review. May [], "Mildmay, Grace, Lady Mildmay c. Categories : s births deaths 16th-century English women writers 16th-century writers 16th-century English writers 17th-century English writers English diarists Mildmay family People from Wiltshire Women of the Tudor period Women memoirists 17th-century English women writers.

She is entered in the burial register fn. There are no other parochial records concerning her. Lockyer Davis, , Mary Davis, In the west bay of the north ambulatory is a large perpendicular tablet in a plain marble frame, on which is incised: In memory of Mr. Lockyer Davis of the Parish of St. Andrew Holborn who departed this Life April 23rd in the seventy-third Year of his Age His Tenderness and Attention as a Husband and Father have rarely been equalled, but never exceeded. His Integrity was inflexible The solidity of his Judgment and Elegance of his Manners which were preserved by Temperance to the latest Period of his life rendered him at once the Instructor and Delight of a numerous Acquaintance; his Advice being ever solicited and seldom taken but with advantage.

Indeed the Chasm he has left in Society will not be readily supplied for we may truly say with the Poet 'Take him for all in all We shall not look upon his like again'. He was a bookseller of some repute: why he and his wife were buried here does not appear. They were both interred 'in the west aisle behind the Constables' Pew'. Owen Perrot Edwardes, Rector, In the east bay of the north ambulatory is a small oblong tablet in a marble frame inscribed: Beneath this Tablet fn. Owen Perrott Edwardes, A. Forty-five years, Rector of this parish; Who died April the xx, mdcccxiv; aged lxxxiv years.

There are no armorials. All records concerning this rector — are set out elsewhere. William Phillips, patron, , and Mary Jane Phillips. On a brass plate attached to the rector's quire stall the end stall south side is inscribed: In thankful remembrance of William Phillips Patron of this priory church and Mary Jane his wife these stalls are placed by their only son Fredk.

Parr Phillips William Phillips Taylor, On the west side of Prior Bolton's door, in the eastern end of the south aisle, is a marble monument with a tablet surmounted by a large cinerary urn and a shield below; moved here in from the south side of the quire. This monument was erected by an affectionate Mother to her only son.


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Argent, a saltire wavy sable between two hearts in fess, and in chief a dexter hand couped at the wrist gules, grasping a dagger ppr. Crest—A cubit arm erect gules, the hand grasping a dagger ppr. Above the crest is a scroll with the motto Victoriae Signum. Mary Wheeler, On the west wall of the north ambulatory is a perfectly plain square marble tablet on which is inscribed: In memory of Mrs.

Mary Wheeler Died 31st October and of Mr.

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Daniel Wheeler Died 17th July aged 84 years, 68 years of this parish. This stone is inscribed by their granddaughter Charlotte Hart, John Abbiss, Rector, On the first or lowest altar step is the following inscription in mosaic:.

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To the Glory of God and in memory of John Abbiss 64 years rector of this church, this apse was rebuilt by his nephew Frederick P. Phillips A. Abbiss is not otherwise commemorated in the church. The inscription on his tombstone at Stoke d'Abernon has been already given. William Panckridge, Rector, On a brass plate on the quire screen, behind the rector's stall, is inscribed: To the Glory of God and in memory of William Panckridge priest M.

On the back of the screen is carved in wood, running the whole length of the screen: 'Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord. The inscription on his tombstone in Highgate cemetery has been already given. Charlotte Hart, On the west wall of the north ambulatory is a bronze tablet on a small black marble slab, on which in raised letters is the following inscription: In memory of Charlotte Hart 41 years sextoness of this church born died April 3 She left a large sum towards the restoration fund of this church for the erection of a pulpit and other benefactions.

Miss Hart was appointed sextoness in October , and has already been referred to.

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Frederick John Withers, On a brass plate on the south side of the organ case is inscribed: To the Glory of God and in memory of Frederick John Withers this organ case was erected by his brother Henry Thomas Withers and dedicated on June 5th Withers, during the years of the restoration, —6, kept a diary, a copy of which his brother presented to the church. It has already been frequently referred to. The organ case has also been already described. The Royal Visit in The presence of Albert Edward Prince of Wales our late King Edward VII , the Princess of Wales, the Duke of York now King George V , the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Bishop of London, the Lord Mayor of London and others on the occasion of the reopening of the North Transept and other works on the 5th June is commemorated by shields placed on the iron grille under the north transept arch; they are emblazoned as follows the coats are the same on each grille : In the upper row, left to right, are—.

Queen Victoria. The Royal arms, viz. Gules, three leopards or England. Or, within a double tressure flory counter-flory a lion rampant gules Scotland. Azure, a harp or stringed argent Ireland. Albert Edward Prince of Wales. The See of Canterbury. Sir Borradaile Savory, Baronet, Rector. Argent, two pales within as many flaunches vert a chief sable thereon a staff erect entwined by a serpent ppr. In an inescutcheon the Badge of Ulster. Canon Frederick Parr Phillips, Patron.

Sable, a lion rampant ducally crowned argent, langued and armed gules, between eight fleurs-de-lis or. Emily Fuller Webb, On the iron band below the frieze of the Lady Chapel screen is pierced the following inscription: This screen is a thank offering to God for and in loving memory of Emily Fuller Webb, died Jan. The screen has been already described. William Henry David Boyle, In te [Christe] Domine.

This Latin inscription is due to Mr. In Thee, O Lord Christ. Above is a shield with arms—quarterly: 1st and 4th or, an eagle displayed, with two heads, gules a coat of augmentation ; 2nd and 3rd, per bend, embattled, argent and gules, for Boyle; over all, an escutcheon, or, charged with three stags' horns, erect, gules, two and one, for the paternal coat of Boyle of Kelburne.

Motto: Dominus providebit. He was a friend of Sir Borradaile Savory, the rector, and was a regular worshipper here. He was the only son of Col. William Boyle, C. He married in Eleanor, third daughter of the Hon. Henry Dugdale Curzon: she died 15th November, Both Mr. Boyle and his wife were talented musicians. On the south wall of the Lady Chapel, by the door, is a brass tablet inscribed: To the Glory of God and in memory of Pte. George William Norton Stevens Pte. Thomas Reginald Walker Pte.

Officers and men of the Corps. Above, encircled by a wreath, is a staff erect entwined by a serpent ppr. John Morgan Tyndale, On the west side of the north transept below the window is a bronze tablet in a frame surmounted by the City arms, helmet and crest, with griffin supporters and the Royal Crown above; beneath is inscribed 'The City of London Imperial Volunteers', and the words Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori and 'C I V' with laurels. Only son of John Temple Tyndale of this parish. Lord Mayor — When this memorial was admitted to the church it was generally supposed that an ancestor, William Tyndale, the translator of the Bible, was ordained in this church, but no record of this being the case has been found.

Joseph Grimshire, On the south side of the west porch is a stone tablet enumerating the priors and rectors of this church since its foundation in There are gaps in the names of the priors between the years about —, —, —, — Above the tablet occur again the arms of the priory with angel supporters. At the head of the tablet is carved in raised letters: The Priory of St.

Bartholomew and the Parish Church of St. Anno Domini The tablet is divided into three slightly sunk panels on which are the names and dates in raised letters in stone as list already given. Canon Frederick Parr Phillips, The floor of the sanctuary was relaid in mosaic in the year at the charge of Captain Frederick Abbiss Phillips, patron, in memory of his father, and bears in mosaic the following inscription adjoining the sanctuary step:. In memory of the Revd. Canon F. Give unto the Lord the glory due unto His Name: bring an offering and come before Him: worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness.

Between this inscription and the altar steps is the Ter Sanctus in mosaic on a white ground. Sir Borradaile Savory, Baronet, M. The personal memorial is a stone renaissance monument between the first and second windows on the north wall of the Lady Chapel. On either side of the tablet are winged figures carved on pillars supporting a broken pediment, in the centre of which is a shield, helmet, and crest. Bartholomew's Hospital He died Sept.

Below on a concave plinth are the words carved in relief: 'I am the Resurrection and the Life'. Below this again is a small stone tablet, on which is inscribed in red: This tablet together with the altar rails and the tablets recording the Restoration were erected by parishioners and friends. On the shield are the Savory arms as on the screen, fn. John of Jerusalem. The crest above is given as 'on a mount in front of a cubit arm ppr, the hand holding a chapeau gules turned up arg, a serpent nowed vert between two branches of laurel also ppr'.

The Communion rails are in bronze: on the frieze is pierced the words from the Gloria in Excelsis : we praise Thee we bless Thee we worship Thee we glorify Thee. The tablet in the west porch is on the north wall, carved in stone similar to the Grimshire memorial on the south wall.

It is divided into three panels, above which is carved: 'Works of Restoration to the fabric of the Church and Schools. Wigginton, In the back of the second quire stall on the north side is a small metal tablet, on which is incised: Here sang to the glory of God Joseph Rowley Wigginton anno Domini — John Hope, On the north wall of the Lady Chapel, below the Savory monument, is a similar bronze tablet, on which is incised: Remember ye in the Lord John Hope Verger of this church — and Master of the Parish Clerks' Company when he died 16th October, Duckworth Atkin, father and mother of, On the south wall of the quire is a small bronze tablet, on which is embossed: This choir vestry is erected on the ancient foundations of the south chapel by G.

Duckworth Atkin in loving memory of his father and mother A. Sursham, On the back of the quire stall next the rector's stall is another bronze tablet of the same size as J. Wigginton's above, on which is inscribed: Thomas Kusel Sursham server of this church killed in action in France Sep. Sanderson, On the back of the quire stall on the south side is another bronze tablet of the same size, on which is engraved: James Henry Sanderson 7th Royal West Surrey Regt.

Rifleman Harry Vail. On the back of another quire stall on the south side is a bronze tablet of the same size, on which is engraved: Rifleman Harry Vail London Regiment sang here to the glory of God killed in action Palestine April 19th Sapper William Hunt.

On the back of another quire stall on the north side is a bronze tablet of the same size, on which is engraved: Sapper William Hunt Royal Engineers sang here to the glory of God died of wounds France April 2nd Edward Percy Caveney. On the back of another quire stall on the north side is a bronze tablet of the same size, on which is engraved: Edward Percy Caveney Scots Guards sang here to the glory of God killed in action France Aug.

Harry Ely Waldron. On the back of a return quire stall on the north side is a bronze tablet of the same size, on which is engraved: Harry Ely Waldron Lincoln Regiment Server of this church Prisoner of war died at Le Cateau Sept. Rifleman Albert William Lockyer. On the back of a return stall on the north side is a bronze tablet, on which is engraved: Rifleman Albert William Lockyer Rifle Brigade Server of this Church killed in France, May 3rd Philip E. On the north jamb of the east door of the choir vestry is an enamelled tablet, set in a mercurial gilt frame, on which is inscribed Keep in remembrance Philip Edward Webb A.

Royal Engineers: He designed this Vestry and was killed in action in France September 25th, the figure of Saint Bartholomew on the gate-house was erected to his beloved memory. On the top of the frame for a crest is a web with the motto 'Weave Well', and the badge of the Royal Engineers. The figure on the gatehouse was erected by his father and mother, Sir Aston and Lady Webb; the tablet by his uncle, a church warden. The following twenty-four monuments are recorded by John Stow as being in the church when he wrote in , but not one is now extant. A date is given by Stow in one instance only, that of Roger Walden , but, as we have shown, Walden was probably buried at St.

Paul's, so this would have been a memorial only. We are unable to suggest a date for any of the following other than a period some time before Stow wrote : 'Alice wife to Balstred, daughter to Kniffe' Knyfe. John Zachary in A Thomas Torell occurs in the Husting Wills in The words shown in brackets in the above list are the corrections made by Strype to Stow's list.

To this list Strype, in his edition of Stow, A.

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We assume that these few names were found by Strype among Stow's notes, and refer to the same period as Stow's list: there are no dates. As not one of the monuments in either of the above lists, except those of Rahere and Sir Walter Mildmay, occur in the 'Catalogue of Tombs in City Churches', made by Payne Fisher in , we may assume that they all had some inscription such as Ora Pro Nobis which offended the Puritans of , and that they were in consequence ruthlessly destroyed at that time.

To the absence of any inscription of the kind we may probably attribute the preservation of both the Rahere and the Mildmay monuments. Malcolm remarks fn. At present there are the remains of four only in the church. Skip to main content. Monuments, memorials and heraldry Pages The Records of St. Keyword highlight.

He died on the 20th September On this panel and above the recumbent figures is inscribed: Vana salus omnis. Memor esto quoniam mors non tardat et testamentum inferorum quia demonstratum est tibi; testamentum enim hujus mundi; morte morietur.

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Ecclesiastici Cap. Elizabeta regnante cujus quidem corpus juxta hunc tumulum humatum existit. Liberi inter eos Michael et Thomas Adhuc viventes qui in religiosa memoria Optimorum parentum suorum hoc Monumentum posuerunt Morienti cuncta quiescunt Beati qui moriuntur in Domino. On the first, or western panel, is carved: Rev. John Abbiss, M. Rector — Floor lowered 2 ft. On the third, or eastern panel, is carved: Rev.

William Panckridge, M. On the centre panel is carved: Rev. Sir Borradaile Savory, Bt. In his will fn. John the Evangelist founded in the aforesaid church': he left 6 s. His widow Elizabeth in her will fn.

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